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Create a Pixel Image Object

Creates an object of class "im" representing a two-dimensional pixel image.

Keywords
spatial
Usage
im(mat, xcol=seq(ncol(mat)), yrow=seq(nrow(mat)))
Arguments
mat
matrix of grey level pixel values of the image.
xcol
vector of $x$ coordinates for the pixels
yrow
vector of $y$ coordinates for the pixels
Details

This function creates an object of class "im" representing a two-dimensional pixel image. See im.object for details of this class.

Note that the row index of the matrix mat corresponds to increasing y coordinate, while the column index of mat corresponds to increasing x coordinate. Thus xrow has one entry for each row of mat and ycol has one entry for each column of mat. A correct display of the image would be obtained by transposing, e.g. image.default(xcol, yrow, t(mat)), if you wanted to do it by hand.

Warnings

The internal representation of images is likely to change in the next release of this package.

See Also

im.object, Kmeasure, setcov

Aliases
  • im
Examples
whitenoise <- im(matrix(rnorm(10000), 100, 100))
   image(whitenoise)
Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.6-2, License: GPL version 2 or newer

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